(1) In addition to all other alcoholic beverage licensing requirements, an off-premises consumption beer and table wine licensee shall:
(a) only purchase and possess on the premises beer from a beer wholesaler or brewery and table wine from a table wine distributor or winery;
(b) store beer and/or table wine only on the premises or in an approved noncontiguous alcoholic beverage storage area;
(c) sell beer and/or table wine for off-premises consumption only in their original packages;
(d) operate as a stand-alone beer and/or table wine business, grocery store, or drugstore licensed as a pharmacy; and
(e) prevent the sale of alcoholic beverages between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m.
(2) The sale of alcoholic beverages must occur on the premises. An off-premises consumption beer and/or table wine licensee may use curbside pickup, including a drive-through window, to sell alcoholic beverages that were ordered online or through the phone.
(3) In addition to the requirements in (1), an off-premises consumption beer and/or table wine licensee that operates in a grocery store shall maintain groceries with a retail value of at least $3,000 at all times. The inventory must include at least three different types of items in each of the following categories: meats, vegetables, fruits, baked goods, dairy, and household supplies. For example, three different types of items in the dairy category would be cheese, milk, and butter, but skim milk, chocolate milk, and whole milk would not be considered as three different types of items in the dairy category.
(4) The delivery of alcoholic beverages by an off-premises consumption beer and table wine licensee to the consumer off-site is prohibited.